The Voice Top 13 Sarah Grace Goodbye Yellow Brick
The Voice season 15 LIVE Finals begin tonight. The Top 13 will perform for your votes. And finally, iTunes studios are available and will count towards votes! But while songs are available to download, only streams will count as votes.
Tonight, coaches Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, and Blake Shelton are on hand as team members sing songs chosen based on a “Dedication” theme. As always, Carson Daly serves as host.
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Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John – She attends a performing arts high school. She auditioned on trumpet! She’s very musical. She’s dedicating the song to her fellow “dreamers.” Kelly suggests not relying on riffs, because everyone else is doing that. Kelly is in tears. Wow. Sarah performs at the electric piano. This is a very hard song to sing and a departure from Sarah’s typical classic blues. Her dusky alto is compelling and surprisingly rangy. She adds her own spin to the verses. It’s a beautifully understated performance. Not sure it’s the kind of thing that gets folks to vote, however. Kelly calls her a musican and vocalist at heart. “I learn so much just watching you,” she says.
Sarah Grace Sings "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" – The Voice 2018 Live Top 13 Performances
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The Voice season 15 Knockouts continue tonight with coaches Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Blake Shelton and Carson Daly as host. We’re live blogging all the performances and results here.
Coaches have paired up the remaining 32 team members who will each perform songs of their own choosing. The coach chooses the winner, who advances to the Live Playoffs. The loser is eliminated OR can be stolen by a fellow coach. As far as the other coaches are concerned: Adam has used his Steal and his Save, Kelly and Blake have a Save remaining, and Jennifer still has a Steal. There are 12 more performances to go. Nine of those singers will advance to next week’s Playoffs.